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PBS
Jan 12, 2013 12:00am PST
between steve and tony, but also catherine and mark, i mean, mackerel informed that film by the sort of -- because he is a former reporter, what he went to find in terms of the experiences and then figured out how to make a movie out of those experiences in a driving narrative, you know, and they chose -- they had to change it after the assassination, after the killing of osama bin laden. >> yes, this he threw out the, out the earlier movie and started all over. >> rose: so tell me about ang lee and what you think of this movie. >> i admire ang lee greatly and i don't think i would have put it on the best film of the years myself but it is technically very invasive like pi and i think it was one of the few occasions in the past few years with the wave of 3-d films that it actually took me some place i wasn't expecting him to take it what he did with high definition and the different textures of movement of water on the screen, it is an incredible looking film. >> rose: tell me what it was you saw in the beast of the southern -- >> i saw an extraordinary energy and imaginative freedom, o
PBS
Jan 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
producer and the head writer and, was meryl-- we kind of did her show. and then after that we did steve o'donnell's show, then rob burnette was our head writer for a long time and we did his show. i liked the fact that these people were all smarter and funnier than i was. because i don't know what i am doing. >> is this self-deprecation or you believe that. >> i think it's true. >> they were doing their show rather than your show. >> yeah, yeah, and it's a great relief because you then learn from them while they're doing it. and you can compliment what they're doing or personalize it to make yourself fit in. >> here's an interesting thing. this whole notion of the kennedy honors is recognizing something about your contribution. what johnny carson meant to you, you mean to jimmy kimmel. and others. and do you have any sense of that? i mean dow appreciate that. >> jimmy kimmel is a case, he's been very nice to me. he's a nice kid and been very gracious to me. and to the point where it's made me self-conscious. and i start thinking about what this is. and the comparison that he had made th
PBS
Jan 14, 2013 3:00pm PST
heard from steve saying it's all about access. we're not really paying attention to the criticism. but are they troubled abou by te fact that this was the president who came into office saying he would do things differently. >> you have to judge them on what they do. it's clear from our reporting that campaign finance reform is not going to be an immediate part of the president's agenda right now. if this was something that was really troubling them i think they probably would be taking action on that front. i think they knew they were going to get criticized for the reversal specifically on corporate donations. but in a lot of ways this president has had to compromise when it comes to money and politics. on several different occasions, he endorsed a super pac that advocated on his behalf in the election after criticizing such groups. i think this is another example like that. >> woodruff: last question. for anybody who is watch ing who is trying to decide whether they should come to the inaugural or not, are there still tickets available? is participation possible if somebody has
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